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Tag Archives: Koukalova
Olympics Schmolympics. This week’s Fed Cup ties feature enough star players, close matchups, and interesting storylines to deserve tennis fans’ attention. Even some countries still looking for a way into the elite World Groups are fielding high-powered teams—most notably in … Continue reading
March is a strange month in tennis, dominated by Indian Wells and Miami, a pair of tournaments that in some ways feel like grand slams, and in other ways don’t even come close. Like the slams, Indian Wells and Miami … Continue reading
A quick update while I prepare to analyze the Australian Open draws: Injuries John Isner withdrew from the Australian Open due to the knee injury he sustained during Hopman Cup. The injury was initially said to be tendinitis, but Isner … Continue reading
A. Radwanska d. Wickmayer, 6-4 6-4 in Auckland Agnieszka Radwanska didn’t deploy her full arsenal of guile in this match, but she didn’t have to. Wickmayer put up a good fight, her powerful groundstrokes testing Radwanska’s well-known defensive capabilities and … Continue reading